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  • Jazz Age: Hot Sounds Of The 1920s & 30s Expertly remastered

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    00:00 Jelly Roll Morton - Black Bottom Stomp
    03:15 Miff Mole - The New Twister
    06:17 Bessie Smith - Trombone Cholly
    09:28 Bix Beiderbecke - Royal Garden Blues
    12:37 Beale Street Washboard Band - Forty And Tight
    15:30 Louis Armstrong & Kid Ory - Ory's Creole Trombone
    18:42 Red Nichols - Whispering
    21:46 Mckinneys Cotton Pickers - Milenberg Joys
    24:44 Boyd Senter & His Senterpedes - Sweetheart Blues
    27:45 Louis Armstrong & Earl Hines - Weather Bird
    30:31 Fats Waller - Won't You Get Off It, Please?
    33:35 Hoagy Carmichael - Rockin' Chair
    37:05 Duke Ellington - Old Man Blues
    40:13 J C Higginbotham - Give Me Your Telephone Number
    43:28 Mamie Smith - Jenny's Ball
    46:42 King Oliver - Dont You Think I Love You?
    49:31 Cab Calloway - Trickeration
    52:26 Mills Blue Rhythm Band - Snake Hips
    55:25 Boswell Sisters/Dorsey Brothers - There'll Be Some Changes Made
    58:27 Joe Venuti & Eddie Lang - Farewell Blues
    1:01:27 The Chocolate Dandies - I Never Knew
    1:04:35 Art Tatum - The Shout
    1:07:26 Fletcher Henderson - Tidal Wave
    1:10:36 Duke Ellington - Sump'n' 'bout Rhythm
    1:13:11 Jack Teagarden - Junk Man
    1:16:18 Earl Hines - Copenhagen
    1:18:50 Louis Prima - Sing It Way Down Low
    1:21:36 Benny Goodman Trio - After You've Gone
    1:24:27 Henry Red Allen - Whose Honey Are You?
    1:27:14 Benny Goodman - If I Could Be With You
    1:29:33 Billie Holiday / Teddy Wilson - What A Little Moonlight Can Do
    1:32:30 Bud Freeman - The Buzzard
    1:35:41 Artie Shaw - Sweet Lorraine
    1:38:48 Benny Carter - Swingin' At Maida Vale
    1:41:37 Dick Mcdonough - Dardanella
    1:44:11 Mildred Bailey - When Day Is Done
    1:47:41 Coleman Hawkins - Crazy Rhythm
    1:50:46 Johnny Dodds - Melancholy
    1:53:28 Casa Loma Orchestra - Casa Loma Stomp
    1:56:04 Sidney Bechet - Southern Sunset
    1:59:14 Django Reinhardt & Stephane Grappelli - Them There Eyes
    2:02:18 Jimmie Noone - I Know That You Know
    2:05:13 Johnny Hodges - The Jeep Is Jumpin'
    2:07:43 Eddie Condon - California, Here I Come
    2:10:08 Count Basie - Jumpin' At The Woodside
    2:13:20 Kansas City Six - Way Down Yonder In New Orleans
    2:16:21 Muggsy Spanier - That Da Da Strain
    2:18:52 Ella Fitzgerald - Moon Ray
    2:21:56 Bob Crosby - The World Is Waiting For The Sunrise
    2:24:50 Lionel Hampton - When Lights Are Low
    2:27:06 Jimmie Lunceford - Liza



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  • The Best Jazz Songs of All Time | 50 Unforgettable Jazz Classics

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    THE BEST JAZZ SONGS OF ALL TIME
    50 Unforgettable Jazz Classics

    1 It Don't Mean a Thing - 11 piece band including: L. Hampton (vib, voc), I. Randolph (tp), C. Berry (ts), C. Hart (p), M. Hinton (b), C. Cole (dm) (1939) 00:00
    2 Bugle Call Rag - B. Goodman and His Orchestra (1936) 03:13
    3 Sweet Georgia Brown - E. Hines and His Orchestra (1934) 06:11
    4 A-Tisket, A-Tasket - E. Fitzgerald acc. by C. Webb and His Orchestra (1938) 08:39
    5 Cocktails for Two - T. Dorsey and His Orchestra (1938) 11:16
    6 Sweet Sue, Just You - T. Dorsey and His Orchestra (voc.: J. Leonard and His Band) (1938) 14:22
    7 All the Things You Are - A. Shaw and His Orchestra (1939) 17:12
    8 Stairway to the Stars - E. Fitzgerald and Her Famous Orchestra (1939) 20:25
    9 Somebody Loves Me - B. Goodman and His Orchestra (1936) 23:43
    10 I’m Coming Virginia - S. Bechet (sop), C. Shavers (tp), W. “The Lion” Smith (p), E. Barksdale (g), W. Braud (b), M. Johnson (dm) (1941) 26:32
    11 I’ve Found a New Baby - B. Freeman and His Summa cum Laude Orchestra (1938) 29:11
    12 King Porter Stomp - B. Goodman and His Orchestra (1935) 31:52
    13 China Boy - B. Freeman and His Orchestra (1939) 34:59
    14 Honeysuckle Rose - B. Berigan (tp), T. Dorsey (tb), F. Waller (p), D. McDonough (g), G. Wettling (dm) (1937) 37:36
    15 High Society - J. Roll Morton’s New Orleans Jazzmen (1939) 40:42
    16 Way Down Yonder in New Orleans - The Kansas City Six feat. L. Young (1938) 43:29
    17 Copenhagen - B. Freeman and His Summa cum Laude Orchestra (1940) 46:26
    18 Flying Home - L. Hampton and His Orchestra (1940) 49:11
    19 At the Jazz Band Ball - M. Spanier (cn), G. Brunies (tb, vc), R. Cless (cl), B. Billings (ts), J. Bushkin (p), B. Casey (b), D. Carter (dm) (1939) 52:07
    20 Fidgety Feet - B. Freeman and His Orchestra (1939) 54:58
    21 I’m in the Mood for Swing - L. Hampton (vib), H. James (tp), B. Carter (as, cl, arr), D. Matthews (as), B. Russin (ts), H. Evans (ts), B. Kyle (p), J. Kirby (b), J. Jones (dm) (1938) 57:49
    22 Night and Day - B. Goodman and His Orchestra (1939) 01:00:36
    23 Baby Won’t You Please Come Home - L. Armstrong and His Orchestra (1939) 01:03:29
    24 Tea for Two - T. Dorsey and His Orchestra (1939) 01:06:46
    25 Woodchopper’s Ball - W. Herman and His Orchestra (1939) 01:09:58
    26 One O’ Clock Jump - G. Miller and His Orchestra (1940) 01:13:08
    27 The Jumpin’ Jive - C. Calloway and His Orchestra (1939) 01:17:00
    28 After You’ve Gone - B. Goodman and His Orchestra (1942) 01:19:49
    29 Lady Be Good - G. Miller and His Orchestra (1940) 01:22:19
    30 At the Darktown Strutters’ Ball - B. Goodman and His Orchestra (1942) 01:24:43
    31 When You're Smiling - vocal: I. Mills/solos: J. Nanton (tb), F. Jenkins (tp), C. Williams (tp) & J. Hodges (as), F. Jenkins (tp) (1930) 01:27:07
    32 When the Saints Go Marchin’ In - L. Armstrong and His Orchestra (1938) 01:30:13
    33 I Can’t Give You Anything but Love - L. Armstrong and His Orchestra (1938) 01:32:56
    34 Stardust - A. Shaw and His Orchestra (1940) 01:35:52
    35 Body and Soul - B. Holiday and Her Orchestra (1940) 01:39:24
    36 Moonlight Serenade - G. Miller and His Orchestra (1939) 01:42:23
    37 All of Me - B. Holiday acc. by E. Heywood and His Orchestra (1941) 01:45:49
    38 I Got It Bad - E. Fitzgerald and Her Famous Orchestra (1939) 01:48:53
    39 American Patrol - G. Miller and His Orchestra (1942) 01:51:46
    40 Minnie the Moocher - C. Calloway and His Orchestra (1942) 01:55:11
    41 One Step (intro: The Teasin’ Rag) - Original Dixieland Jazz Band (1917) 01:58:28
    42 Tiger Rag - L. Armstrong and His Orchestra (1930) 02:01:04
    43 Dippermouth Blues - M. Spanier (cn), G. Brunies (tb, vc), R. Cless (cl), B. Billings (ts), J. Bushkin (p), B. Casey (b), D. Carter (dm) (1939) 02:04:14
    44 Love Is Just around the Corner - E. Condon and His Windy City Seven (1938) 02:06:41
    45 I’m Confessin’ - B. Goodman Sextet feat. C. Christian (1939) 02:09:46
    46 Indiana - C. Berry and His Stompy Stevedores (1937) 02:12:45
    47 Ain’t Misbehavin’ - L. Armstrong and His Orchestra (1929) 02:15:34
    48 The Man I Love - B. Holiday and Her Orchestra (1939) 02:18:46
    49 Strange Fruit - B. Holiday and Her Orchestra (1940) 02:21:51
    50 Rhapsody in Blue - P. Whiteman and His Orchestra feat. G. Gershwin (1927) 02:25:01

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  • Perfect Love Songs: Vintage 1930s & 40s #romantic easy listening with Ella Fitzgerald, Perry Como

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    Various Artists - Perfect Love Songs
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    1. 00:00:00 Ella Fitzgerald I've Got A Feeling I'm Falling
    2. 00:02:37 Frank Sinatra Stella By Starlight
    3. 00:05:53 Jo Stafford Ev'ry Day I Love You (Just A Little Bit More)
    4. 00:08:45 Lena Horne 'Deed I Do
    5. 00:12:07 Perry Como Please Believe Me
    6. 00:15:16 Dinah Shore Love That Boy
    7. 00:17:49 Doris Day It's Magic
    8. 00:21:12 Ella Fitzgerald Dedicated To You
    9. 00:23:58 Kay Starr If I Could Be With You (One Hour Tonight)
    10. 00:26:35 Dick Haymes How Deep Is The Ocean ?
    11. 00:29:48 Beryl Davis Don't Blame Me
    12. 00:32:53 Perry Como 'A' You're Adorable
    13. 00:35:18 Frank Sinatra My Love For You
    14. 00:38:15 Maxine Sullivan Come Rain Or Come Shine
    15. 00:41:09 Dick Haymes How Many Time Do I Have To Tell You ?
    16. 00:44:10 Doris Day Again
    17. 00:47:00 Bing Crosby I Can't Believe That You're In Love With Me
    18. 00:49:51 Jo Stafford September Songs
    19. 00:53:00 Perry Como It Only Happens When I Dance With You
    20. 00:55:50 Peggy Lee Hold Me
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    This collection of love songs by some of the worlds greatest singing stars covers mans aspects of that most potent of emotions. The emphasis is on dreamy and laid-back ballads, though there is a sprinkling of more up-tempo numbers too; all for your listening pleasure.
    The late, great Ella Fitzgerald contributes two numbers to this compilation, recorded ten years apart. Her warm, caressing tones are well in evidence on the stylishly arranged 1929 evergreen I’ve Got A Feeling I’m Falling, recorded some years before she became an international headliner (from the mid- 1950s) under the astute management of Norman Granz. From 1937, we have Ella in the company of The Mills Brothers in Dedicated To You, made at a time when she was the girl singer with Chick Webb’s band. But performances like this don’t date; the poise and professionalism were already there in spades.

  • La Vie Parisienne: French Chansons From the 1930s & 40s Edith Piaf, Reinhardt & Grappelli

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    1. 00:00:00 Edith Piaf La Vie En Rose
    2. 00:03:12 Charles Trenet Boum!
    3. 00:05:49 Yves Montand Clopin-Clopant
    4. 00:09:10 Josephine Baker Si J'etais Blanche
    5. 00:11:57 Jean Sablon Rendez-Vous Sous La Pluie
    6. 00:14:37 Maurice Chevalier Toi Et Moi
    7. 00:17:36 QHCF Ultrafox
    8. 00:20:59 Edith Piaf Monsieur Lenoble
    9. 00:24:29 Tino Rossi J'attendrai
    10. 00:27:27 Jean Sablon La Derniere Bergere
    11. 00:30:33 Georges Ulmer Pigalle
    12. 00:33:34 Yves Montand Les Feuilles Mortes (Autumn Leaves)
    13. 00:37:05 Charles Trenet Les Retours Des Saisons
    14. 00:40:19 Edith Piaf Les Amants De Paris
    15. 00:43:35 Jean Sablon Un Baiser
    16. 00:46:59 Tino Rossi Poème
    17. 00:50:10 Charles Trenet Vous Etes Jolie
    18. 00:52:30 Lucienne Boyer Parlez-Moi D'amour
    19. 00:55:33 Reinhardt & Grappelli My Sweet
    20. 00:58:34 Charles Trenet La Mer
    21. 01:01:50 Yves Montand C'est Si Bon

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    The EC and the Channel Tunnel notwithstanding, the twenty-first century finds France and Britain still viewing each other suspiciously across the same twenty-five mile ditch, their centuries-old legacy of political rivalry and mutual opprobrium more or less intact. It does not help that the English insist on addressing their Gallic neighbours in GCSE French – a language unknown in France – and that the French themselves remain doggedly monoglot. However, one curious side-effect of this long-standing trans-Channel information gap is that each side secretly suspects the other of having a superior grasp of the universe, indeed of probably having a better time generally.
    Does this mean that much of the mystique surrounding the great French vocalists and French chansons – merely their word for ‘songs’ after all – is the result of wilful Anglo-Saxon self-delusion? The probable answer is yes, given that most of our parents and grandparents would have had few clues as to whether Edith Piaf (known as the Little Sparrow), Jean Sablon and Charles Trenet were singing about a lost love or a light lunch. However, this in itself is a sort of tribute to a generation of French singers whose talents were compelling enough to bridge the linguistic divide between them and their foreign audience.
    Delightful music for cafes, or coffee shops - imagine yourself back in time in Paris with relaxing chansons floating through the air.

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  • Perfect Swing: Best Swing Bands of the 1920s 30s & 40s Expertly Remastered Jazz Classics

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    1. 00:00:00 Benny Carter Sunday
    2. 00:02:48 Jimmie Lunceford Ain't She Sweet
    3. 00:05:18 Teddy Wilson Exactly Like You
    4. 00:08:14 Count Basie Topsy
    5. 00:11:27 Woody Herman At The Woodchoppers' Ball
    6. 00:14:44 Benny Goodman Air Mail Special
    7. 00:17:42 Harry James Music Makers
    8. 00:21:00 Duke Ellington Exposition Swing
    9. 00:24:13 Lil Armstrong Lindy Hop
    10. 00:27:07 Johnny Hodges Good Queen Bess
    11. 00:30:09 Cab Calloway The Jumpin' Jive
    12. 00:33:00 Tommy Dorsey Deep River
    13. 00:37:00 Lionel Hampton Flying Home
    14. 00:39:59 Glenn Miller Wham (Re-Bop-Boom-Bam)
    15. 00:43:35 John Kirby Blue Skies
    16. 00:46:17 Andy Kirk & His Clouds Of Joy Wednesday Night Hop
    17. 00:49:26 Louis Armstrong Swing That Music
    18. 00:52:18 Artie Shaw Oh! Lady Be Good (Balboa) (Balboa)
    19. 00:55:29 Jimmy Dorsey Major And Minor Stomp
    20. 00:58:48 Earl Hines Indiana
    21. 01:00:52 Red Norvo It Can Happen To You
    22. 01:04:02 Charlie Barnet Skyliner
    23. 01:07:04 Bud Freeman & His Summa Cum Laude Orchestra The Eel
    24. 01:09:50 Benny Goodman Wrappin' It Up
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  • Vintage Jazz Cafè Mix - 1920s, 30s, 40s Swing & Jazz Jazz About Love♥️

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  • Nightfall: Cool & Smooth Jazz Classics 1920s 30s & 40s Relaxing jazz music

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    1. 00:00:00 Benny Carter Nightfall
    2. 00:03:13 Coleman Hawkins Body And Soul
    3. 00:06:18 Duke Ellington Blue Feeling
    4. 00:09:35 Benny Goodman Memories Of You
    5. 00:12:52 Benny Carter & His Orchestra Mighty Like The Blues
    6. 00:16:02 Coleman Hawkins Lost In A Fog
    7. 00:19:10 Duke Ellington In a Sentimental Mood
    8. 00:22:31 Benny Goodman These Foolish Things
    9. 00:25:49 Benny Carter Just A Mood
    10. 00:29:17 Coleman Hawkins Lamentation
    11. 00:32:22 Duke Ellington Stormy Weather
    12. 00:35:30 Benny Goodman More Than You Know
    13. 00:38:49 Benny Carter Melancholy Lullaby
    14. 00:41:51 Coleman Hawkins Devotion
    15. 00:44:42 Duke Ellington Accent On Youth
    16. 00:47:51 Benny Goodman I Surrender Dear
    17. 00:50:56 Benny Carter Lazy Afternoon
    18. 00:54:03 Coleman Hawkins Lullaby
    19. 00:57:06 Benny Goodman Sweet Lorraine
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    In retrospect, the swing era seems to have been marked by a kind of musical hedonism. The excitement generated by big bands, the exotic dance hall environments in which they worked, the vivid publicity which they earned, all contributed to the idea that non-stop enjoyment was not only desirable but inevitable. Swing numbers were usually up-tempo, the dancers busily jitterbugging, the bandsmen sometimes outlandish, their road stories helping to sustain the music’s glamorous aura.
    Much of this (if not all) is true, of course. Swing-style jazz flourished in America and Europe in the immediate post-depression period, building in popularity as the Second World War loomed so who can blame the fans for their desire to shut out oncoming difficulties? They wanted entertainment and pleasure, and loved the animation and vitality of the best swing bands. For all that, the famous orchestras or instrumentalists of the day knew full well that a diet of non-stop flag-wavers could pall and paced their presentations with slower ballads and blues, often featuring a key soloist who might create a lush version of a show song. Of course, this allowed dancers to smooch, to linger romantically, before the programme changed.
    It’s this facet of swing – its ‘laid-back’ aspect in modern parlance – which we celebrate here. Tempos are slower and some smaller groups are given their head, the individual players better able to demonstrate their virtuosity and control. The music still swings, but there’s subtlety and sophistication in these performances as well.

  • Top 20 Greatest Songs 1930-1939

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    Ah, the 1930's. The decade that is mainly blues, jazz and swing. The 1930's decade contain some of the best songs ever in our musical history, so you will most likely know some of these songs. If you want to see my source, scroll to the bottom of the description, for I have provided you a link. Enjoy the video, and be sure to comment to tell me how I did. Thanks!

    Song list:

    1. Over the Rainbow - Judy Garland (1939)
    2. In the Mood - Glenn Miller (1939)
    3. Minnie The Moocher - Cab Calloway (1931)
    4. Silent Night - Bing Crosby (1935)
    5. Night and Day - Cole Porter and Ginger Rogers (1932)
    6. Begin the Beguine - Artie Shaw and his Orchestra (1938)
    7. If I Didn't Care - The Ink Spots (1939)
    8. Cheek to Cheek - Fred Astaire with Ginger Rogers & Leo Reisman (1935)
    9. As Time Goes By - Rudy Vallee (1931)
    10. Tea for Two - Art Tatum (1939)
    11. A-Tisket, A-Tasket - Ella Fitzgerald with Chick Webb (1938)
    12. The Way You Look Tonight - Fred Astaire with Ginger Rogers (1936)
    13. Wabash Cannonball - Roy Acuff & the Smoky Mountain Boys (1938)
    14. Stormy Weather - Ethel Waters (1933)
    15. I Got Rhythm - Red Nichols & his Orchestra (1930)
    16. Strange Fruit - Billie Holiday (1939)
    17. God Bless America - Kate Smith (1939)
    18. All the Things You Are - Tommy Dorsey and his Orchestra (1939)
    19. Pennies from Heaven - Bing Crosby with George Stoll (1936)
    20. Mood Indigo - Duke Ellington (1930)

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  • Jazz Music | 1920s & 1930s Golden Years | Billie Holiday, Cab Calloway, Duke Ellington and Many More

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    00:00:00 Jelly Roll Morton - Black Bottom Stomp
    00:03:15 Miff Mole - The New Twister
    00:06:17 Bessie Smith - Trombone Cholly
    00:09:28 Bix Beiderbecke - Royal Garden Blues
    00:12:37 Beale Street Washboard Band - Forty And Tight
    00:15:30 Louis Armstrong & Kid Ory - Ory's Creole Trombone
    00:18:42 Red Nichols - Whispering
    00:21:46 Mckinneys Cotton Pickers - Milenberg Joys
    00:24:44 Boyd Senter & His Senterpedes - Sweetheart Blues
    00:27:45 Louis Armstrong & Earl Hines - Weather Bird
    00:30:31 Fats Waller - Won't You Get Off It, Please?
    00:33:35 Hoagy Carmichael - Rockin' Chair
    00:37:05 Duke Ellington - Old Man Blues
    00:40:13 J C Higginbotham - Give Me Your Telephone Number
    00:43:28 Mamie Smith - Jenny's Ball
    00:46:42 King Oliver - Dont You Think I Love You?
    00:49:31 Cab Calloway - Trickeration
    00:52:26 Mills Blue Rhythm Band - Snake Hips
    00:55:25 Boswell Sisters/Dorsey Brothers - There'll Be Some Changes Made
    00:58:27 Joe Venuti & Eddie Lang - Farewell Blues
    01:01:27 The Chocolate Dandies - I Never Knew
    01:04:35 Art Tatum - The Shout
    01:07:26 Fletcher Henderson - Tidal Wave
    01:10:36 Duke Ellington - Sump'n' 'bout Rhythm
    01:13:11 Jack Teagarden - Junk Man
    01:16:18 Earl Hines - Copenhagen
    01:18:50 Louis Prima - Sing It Way Down Low
    01:21:36 Benny Goodman Trio - After You've Gone
    01:24:27 Henry Red Allen - Whose Honey Are You?
    01:27:14 Benny Goodman - If I Could Be With You
    01:29:33 Billie Holiday / Teddy Wilson - What A Little Moonlight Can Do
    01:32:30 Bud Freeman - The Buzzard
    01:35:41 Artie Shaw - Sweet Lorraine
    01:38:48 Benny Carter - Swingin' At Maida Vale
    01:41:37 Dick Mcdonough - Dardanella
    01:44:11 Mildred Bailey - When Day Is Done
    01:47:41 Coleman Hawkins - Crazy Rhythm
    01:50:46 Johnny Dodds - Melancholy
    01:53:28 Casa Loma Orchestra - Casa Loma Stomp
    01:56:04 Sidney Bechet - Southern Sunset
    01:59:14 Django Reinhardt & Stephane Grappelli - Them There Eyes
    02:02:18 Jimmie Noone - I Know That You Know
    02:05:13 Johnny Hodges - The Jeep Is Jumpin'
    02:07:43 Eddie Condon - California, Here I Come
    02:10:08 Count Basie - Jumpin' At The Woodside
    02:13:20 Kansas City Six - Way Down Yonder In New Orleans
    02:16:21 Muggsy Spanier - That Da Da Strain
    02:18:52 Ella Fitzgerald - Moon Ray
    02:21:56 Bob Crosby - The World Is Waiting For The Sunrise
    02:24:50 Lionel Hampton - When Lights Are Low
    02:27:06 Jimmie Lunceford - Liza

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    The period from the end of the First World War until the start of the Depression in 1929 is known as the Jazz Age. Jazz had become popular music in America, although older generations considered the music immoral and threatening to cultural values. Dances such as the Charleston and the Black Bottom were very popular during the period, and jazz bands typically consisted of seven to twelve musicians. Important orchestras in New York were led by Fletcher Henderson, Paul Whiteman and Duke Ellington. Many New Orleans jazzmen had moved to Chicago during the late 1910s in search of employment; among others, the New Orleans Rhythm Kings, King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band and Jelly Roll Morton recorded in the city. However, Chicago's importance as a center of jazz music started to diminish toward the end of the 1920s in favor of New York. In the early years of jazz, record companies were often eager to decide what songs were to be recorded by their artists. Popular numbers in the 1920s were pop hits such as Sweet Georgia Brown, Dinah and Bye Bye Blackbird. The first jazz artist to be given some liberty in choosing his material was Louis Armstrong, whose band helped popularize many of the early standards in the 1920s and 1930s. However, it was not until the 1930s that musicians became comfortable with the harmonic and melodic sophistication of Broadway tunes and started including them regularly in their repertoire. In 1930s swing jazz emerged as a dominant form in American music, in which some virtuoso soloists became as famous as the band leaders. Key figures in developing the big jazz band included bandleaders and arrangers Count Basie, Cab Calloway, Jimmy and Tommy Dorsey, Duke Ellington, Benny Goodman, Fletcher Henderson, Earl Hines, Glenn Miller, and Artie Shaw.
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  • Great American Big Bands of the 1930s & 1940s Glenn Miller & Duke Ellington #bigbands #vintagemusic

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    1. 00:00:00 Count Basie Sent For You Yesterday
    2. 00:03:00 Jack Teagarden Chicks Is Wonderful
    3. 00:06:22 Benny Carter These Foolish Things
    4. 00:09:26 Chick Webb When I Get Low I Get High
    5. 00:11:56 Benny Goodman Christopher Columbus
    6. 00:15:32 Louis Armstrong I Never Knew
    7. 00:18:21 Joe Venuti Flop
    8. 00:21:04 Duke Ellington Take The 'A' Train
    9. 00:24:02 Harry James Strictly Instrumental
    10. 00:26:57 Jimmy Dorsey All of Me 11. 00:30:
    11 Bunny Berigan The Prisoner's Song
    12. 00:34:27 Bob Crosby Barrelhouse Bessie From Basin Street
    13. 00:37:35 Jimmie Lunceford My Blue Heaven
    14. 00:40:51 Glenn Miller A String Of Pearls
    15. 00:44:07 Cab Calloway Run Little Rabbit
    16. 00:47:20 Woody Herman Twin City Blues
    17. 00:50:21 Ted Weems I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now?
    18. 00:53:40 Tommy Dorsey Stop, Look and Listen
    19. 00:59:00 Frankie Trumbauer I Hope Gabriel Likes My Music
    20. 01:02:13 Casa Loma Orchestra A Study In Brown
    21. 01:05:18 Artie Shaw Deep Purple
    22. 01:08:34 Gene Krupa Drummin' Man
    23. 01:11:36 Lionel Hampton Nola
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    What is it about big bands which explains their enduring appeal? American writer Gene Lees described their characteristic sound as ‘one that will not go away’. Once heard, never forgotten in other words, and especially true for those who grew up with the idea that the best kind of fun came from dancing to the beat of a big band. The extraordinary popularity of social dancing prompted the formation of a great many travelling orchestras, some linked to a lushly romantic style, others committed to altogether hotter rhythms. There were dance halls on every corner and minor musical masterpieces were turned out by the score, all designed to tap into the upbeat mood of post-Depression America.
    While it was entirely possible for these bands to survive and achieve success without ever entering the studios, it is unarguable that major reputations were built (and sustained) through recordings. Twenty-three of these top-rated groups are represented here. Some of them stayed around for decades, others were short-lived; some were led by fine instrumentalists, black and white, and a few by artists who are active still. Although the basic format doesn’t differ much – big bands usually include trumpets, trombones, saxes and a rhythm section – these selections clearly show the stylistic diversity of the idiom. Each offers unique variations of ensemble balance and texture; soloists are recognisably individual. Who said big bands all sound the same?

  • Swing & Jazz Party

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    00:00 Woody Herman and His Orchestra - At the Woodchopper’s Ball (1939)
    03:15 Billie Holiday and Her Orchestra feat. Lester Young - Travelling All Alone (1937)
    05:27 Eddie Condon & His Windy City Seven - Love Is Just Around the Corner (1938)
    08:31 Will Bradley Orchestra - Beat Me Daddy, Eight to the Bar (1940)
    11:07 Benny Goodman Sextet feat. Charlie Christian - Rose Room (1932)
    13:53 Fats Waller and His Rhythm - Us on a Bus (1936)
    16:36 Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra - When You’re Smiling (1929)
    19:55 Jimmy Rushing acc. by Count Basie and His Orchestra - Boogie Woogie (I May Be Wrong) (1937)
    22:45 Fats Waller and His Rhythm - There’s Honey on the Moon Tonight (1938)
    25:22 Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra - St. Louis Blues (1929)
    28:16 Bud Freeman and His Summa Cum Laude Orchestra - Tia Juana (1940)
    30:55 Lester Young and Billie Holiday - Back In Your Own Backyard (1938)
    34:07 Fats Waller and His Rhythm - Sweet Sue, Just You (1939)
    36:35 Billie Holiday acc. by Eddie Heywood (piano), John Simmons (bass), Sidney Catlett (drums) - On the Sunny Side of the Street (1944)
    39:34 Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra - Jeepers Creepers (1939)
    42:13 Bix Beiderbecke (solo) - Clementine (1927)
    45:21 Artie Shaw and His Orchestra - Blues in the Night (1945)
    48:35 Count Basie's Kansas City Seven feat. Lester Young - Dickie’s Dream (1939)
    51:20 Cab Calloway and His Orchestra - The Jumpin’ Jive (1939)
    54:10 Artie Shaw and His Orchestra - This Can't Be Love
    56:30 Earl Hines (solo) - A Monday Date (1928)
    59:50 Fats Waller and His Rhythm - There'll Be Some Changes Made (1935)
    1:02:58 Cab Calloway and His Orchestra - Are You Here to Help the Jive (1940)
    1:06:05 Benny Goodman Sextet feat. Charlie Christian - Flying Home (1939)
    1:09:17 Cab Calloway and His Orchestra - At the Clambake Carnival (1938)
    1:13:23 Ella Fitzgerald's V-Disc Jumpers - I’ll See You In My Dreams (1945)

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  • Perfect Nostalgia: Best Music of the 1920s 30s & 40s Dance Bands, Big Bands, OIdies

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    1. 00:00:00 Al Bowlly Love Is The Sweetest Thing
    2. 00:03:22 Marlene Dietrich Falling In Love Again
    3. 00:06:19 Nat King Cole Sweet Lorraine
    4. 00:09:32 Bing Crosby White Christmas
    5. 00:12:33 Connie Boswell All Alone
    6. 00:15:33 Glenn Miller Moonlight Serenade (Slow Foxtrot - End of Dance Tune) (Slow Foxtrot - End of Dance Tune)
    7. 00:18:58 Fred Astaire Top Hat White Tie and Tails
    8. 00:21:41 Vera Lynn The White Cliffs Of Dover
    9. 00:24:58 Frank Sinatra Nancy With The Laughing Face
    10. 00:28:22 Tony Martin If It's You
    11. 00:31:26 Gertrude Lawrence Someday I'll Find You
    12. 00:34:30 Noel Coward Mad Dogs And Englishmen
    13. 00:37:22 Hutch Night and Day
    14. 00:40:16 Paul Robeson Ol' Man River
    15. 00:42:53 Dorothy Lamour The Man I Love
    16. 00:46:02 Jack Buchanan Goodnight, Vienna (Square Tango) (Square Tango)
    17. 00:49:20 Flotsam & Jetsam Little Betty Bouncer
    18. 00:51:36 Flanagan & Allen Underneath The Arches
    19. 00:54:40 Hildegarde Darling je vous aime beaucoup
    20. 00:57:21 George Formby Leaning On A Lamp Post
    21. 01:00:25 Jean Sablon Si Tu M'aimes
    22. 01:03:41 Frank Crumit Abdul Abulbul Amir
    23. 01:06:38 Jessie Matthews Everything's In Rhythm With My Heart
    24. 01:09:37 Perry Como Till The End Of Time

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  • old songs but its lofi remixes -vintage, retro, jazzhop, lounge music

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    ~ vintage vibes with a twist of lofi ~
    Old songs like these has a strange way of making me feel content. On top of that old songs with lofi is even more inspiring because lo-fi music has actually been known to help your brain focus due to the unique differences in sound. It's great to listen to when you're studying or working.
    Lofi is also calming and can help with sleep.
    It fascinates me because I saw quite a lot of people saying lo-fi music helps them calm down their anxiety. Isn't that so great!!
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    0:00 Elijah who - when you're near
    1:59 Scizrtail - always you
    4:16 Sealab 2012 - High
    6:39 Neighbourhood Vandal - Missing You
    7:56 RudeManners - holding hands
    10:22 Mr Sandman by Mattrixx
    13:25 Domo —  
    16:19 Puppy Love by Stresss
    18:36 Sleep Walk by Mattrixx
    22:03 We Belong Together by Los Lobos
    25:38 Elijah who - i don't know anything about love
    28:09 Rosie & The Originals - Angel Baby (Mattrixx Remix)
    32:39 Tomppabeats- The Girl Next Door
    36:35 Tomppabeats- Won’t Leave You
    38:33 Jazzy Chill Lofi Hip Hop (Royalty Free) Jazz Hop


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  • Perfect Blues: 1920s 30s & 40s Vintage Blues; Louis Armstrong, Count Basie, Leadbelly

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    1. 00:00:00 Jelly Roll Morton's Red-Hot Peppers Original Jelly Roll Blues
    2. 00:03:08 Joe Venuti, Eddie Lang Beale Street Blues
    3. 00:06:33 Bessie Smith Nobody Knows You When You're Down and Out
    4. 00:09:36 Louis Armstrong & His Hot Seven Potato Head Blues
    5. 00:12:45 Leadbelly Backwater Blues
    6. 00:16:17 Fats Waller Fats Waller's Original E-Flat Blues
    7. 00:19:46 Jimmie Lunceford Blues In The Night
    8. 00:22:36 Maxine Sullivan St. Louis Blues
    9. 00:25:55 Benny Carter Swingin' The Blues
    10. 00:29:05 Trixie Smith Freight Train Blues
    11. 00:32:31 Louis Armstrong (What Did I Do To Be So) Black And Blue
    12. 00:35:43 Bessie Smith I'm Down In The Dumps
    13. 00:39:01 Joe Venuti To To Blues
    14. 00:42:19 Nat Gonella & His Georgians Hesitation Blues
    15. 00:45:33 Johnny Dodds Red Onion Blues
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    What is it about the blues? How can one explain the potency of this apparently simple musical form? A key factor in jazz, the blues gene also zigzags through rock and soul, and is a significant influence on country ‘n’ western and reggae, too. Certainly, jazz musicians have no doubt of the continuing efficacy of the blues form, with successive generations of jazzmen obtaining creative sustenance from the time-honoured 12-bar structure. They love the tone qualities and timbre peculiar to blues expression.

    One who makes ample use of the blues in his new compositions is prominent trumpeter Wynton Marsalis, who often reminds us that Duke Ellington, too, was a man who never lost his affinity for the blues. As if to illustrate this, there’s a story credited to the late Basie band vocalist Joe Williams. “If ever Duke came into a club,” he said, “you just waited ‘til he stood up to go, put his coat on and got to the door, and then you started to sing a blues. Duke would just turn around and he’d be back at his table straight away.”

  • Duke Ellington Plays Jazz Standards

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    DUKE ELLINGTON PLAYS JAZZ STANDARDS
    Although he was a top jazz writer, in his long career Duke Ellington often recorded jazz tunes and popular songs from the pen of other composers. Here is a choice of exceptionally good material of this kind. You will notice that despite their “foreign” origin, the arrangements and the soloists contribute to transform these tunes in pure, great “ellingtonia”.

    00:00 AIN'T MISBEHAVIN' - july 13, 1933
    solos: A. Whetsol (tp), Otto Hardwicke (as), Lawrence Brown (tb), Barney Bigard (cl), Cootie Williams (tp)
    02:48 ALL GOD'S CHILLUN GOT RHYTHM - june 8, 1937
    solos: Joe Nanton (tb), Harry Carney (bar), Rex Stewart (cn), Lawrence Brown (tb), Barney Bigard (cl), Johnny Hodges (as), Rex Stewart (cn)
    05:26 BABY! - dec. 21, 1932
    vocal: Adelaide Hall / solos: Lawrence Brown (tb), Cootie Williams (tp)
    08:34 BLACK AND BLUE - march 20, 1930
    solos: Cootie Williams (tp), Barney Bigard (cl), Joe Nanton (tb), Ellington (p)
    12:01 BUGLE CALL RAG - feb. 9, 1932
    solos: Cootie Williams (tp), Barney Bigard (cl), Joe Nanton (tb), Cootie Williams (tp), Wellman Braud (b)
    15:05 I CAN'T GIVE YOU ANYTHING BUT LOVE - dec. 22, 1932
    vocal: Ethel Waters
    18:13 I MUST HAVE THAT MAN - dec. 21, 1932
    vocal: Adelaide Hall / solos: Cootie Williams (tp), Duke Ellington (p)
    21:19 IN THE SHADE OF THE OLD APPLE TREE - aug. 15, 1933
    solos: Freddy Jenkins (tp), Joe Nanton (tb), Johnny Hodges (as), Barney Bigard (cl)
    24:30 LIMEHOUSE BLUES - june 16, 1931
    solos: Joe Nanton (tb), Johnny Hodges (as), Harry Carney (bar), Barney Bigard (cl)
    27:40 LOUISIANA - oct. 17, 1928
    solos: Bubber Miley (tp), Joe Nanton (tb), Johnny Hodges (as), Barney Bigard (cl)
    30:41 MARGIE - march 5, 1935
    Rex Stewart (cn), Johnny Hodges (sop), chase: Harry Carney (bar), Johnny Hodges (sop)
    33:40 MOONGLOW - sept. 12, 1934
    solos: Cootie Williams (tp), Johnny Hodges (sop)
    36:45 MY OLD FLAME - may 9, 1934
    vocal: Ivie Anderson/ solos: Lawrence Brown (tb), Cootie Williams (tp), Johnny Hodges (as)
    40:06 (THERE IS) NO GREATER LOVE - feb. 27, 1936
    solos: Arthur Whetsol (tp), Lawrence Brown (tb), Johnny Hodges (as)
    43:14 ROCKIN' CHAIR - jan. 14, 1931
    vocal: Bennie Payne / solos: Cootie Williams (tp), Joe Nanton (tb)
    46:22 ROSE ROOM - feb. 11, 1932
    solos: Barney Bigard (cl), Duke Ellington (p), Johnny Hodges (as), Barney Bigard (cl)
    49:22 RUNNIN' WILD - oct. 17, 1930
    vocal: Dick Robertson) / solos: Cootie Williams (tp)
    52:05 ST. LOUIS BLUES - feb. 11, 1932
    vocal: Bing Crosby / solos: Cootie Williams (tp), Joe Nanton (tb), Barney Bigard (cl), Johnny Hodges (as)
    56:35 THE SHEIK OF ARABY - may 16, 1932
    solos: Lawrence Brown (tb), Otto Hardwicke (as), Joe Nanton (tb), Johnny Hodges (sop)
    59:32 STORMY WEATHER - may 16, 1933
    solos: Arthur Whetszol (tp), Cootie Williams (tp), Lawrence Brown (tb), Duke Ellington (p), Harry Carney (bar) Barney Bigard (cl)
    1:02:36 THREE LITTLE WORDS - aug. 26, 1930
    vocal: The Rhythm Boys/ solos: Barney Bigard (cl)
    1:05:40 TIGER RAG - PTS 1 & 2 - jan 8, 1929
    solos: Barney Bigard (cl), Freddy Jenkins (tp), Harry Carney (bar), Jophnny Hodges (as), Bubber Miley (tp), Barney Bigard (cl), Joe Nanton (tb)
    1:11:21 TISHOMINGO BLUES - june 5, 1928
    solos: Joe Nanton (tb), Barney Bigard (cl), Louis Metcalf (tp), Johnny Hodges (as), Bubber Mildey (tp)
    1:14:19 TWELFTH STREET RAG - jan. 14, 1931
    solos: Duke Ellington & Bennie Payne (p), Joe Nanton (tb), Juan Tizol (vtb)
    1:17:17 WHEN YOU'RE SMILING - march 20, 1930
    vocal: Irving Mills / solos: Joe Nanton (tb), Freddy Jenkins (tp), Cootie Williams (tp) & Johnny Hodges (as), Freddy Jenkins (tp), Johnny Hodges (as)

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  • Tea Dance: 1920s, 30s, 40s Vintage Tea Party #teadance #1930smusic #dancebands

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    1. 00:00:00 Django Reinhardt & Stephane Grappelli Tea For Two
    2. 00:03:17 The Ink Spots Java Jive
    3. 00:06:23 Benny Goodman Sugar Foot Stomp
    4. 00:09:12 Fats Waller & His Rhythm My Very Good Friend The Milkman
    5. 00:12:46 Jan Savitt & His Top Hatters Jersey Bounce
    6. 00:15:55 Paul Whiteman Happy Feet
    7. 00:18:58 Artie Shaw Begin the Beguine (Foxtrot) (Foxtrot)
    8. 00:22:15 The Boswell Sisters & Dorsey Brothers Orchestra When I Take My Sugar To Tea
    9. 00:25:28 Jimmie Lunceford For Dancers Only
    10. 00:28:13 Billie Holiday & Teddy Wilson & His Orchestra Sugar
    11. 00:31:04 Lionel Hampton Flying Home
    12. 00:34:02 Frankie Trumbauer, Bix Beiderbecke, Eddie Lang Singin' The Blues
    13. 00:37:05 Annette Hanshaw Lovable And Sweet
    14. 00:39:59 The Mills Brothers Sweeter Than Sugar
    15. 00:41:58 Glenn Miller (I've Got A Gal In) Kalamazoo
    16. 00:45:15 Django Reinhardt & Stephane Grappelli The Lambeth Walk
    17. 00:48:02 Benny Goodman Trio China Boy
    18. 00:50:37 Fred Astaire Let's Face The Music And Dance
    19. 00:53:08 Django Reinhardt & Stephane Grappelli It Don't Mean A Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing)
    20. 00:56:13 Hutch Moonlight Cocktail
    21. 00:59:29 Helen Ward & Benny Goodman & His Orchestra Sing Me A Swing Song
    22. 01:01:55 Hoagy Carmichael Rockin' Chair
    23. 01:05:23 Fats Waller & His Rhythm Shortnin' Bread
    24. 01:08:08 Jack Teagarden & Benny Goodman & His Orchestra Texas Tea Party
    25. 01:11:30 Bud Freeman Trio Three Little Words
    26. 01:14:35 Sam Costa & Peter Yorke & His Orchestra A Nice Cup Of Tea

    Get your dance cards ready for sweeping your partner across the dance floor to 26 delightful vintage tunes. Perfect music for your afternoon or evening tea dances and tea parties.Sit back, soak up the ambience and then dance away the day in true tea dance style. Vintage Tea Parties are hugely popular again now and this CD puts all the favourite 'tea' themed dance and tea party music from the 1920s, 30s and 40s onto one fabulous album.
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  • MUST KNOW JAZZ STANDARDS - Famous Jazz Songs List

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    JAZZ STANDARDS LIST in different categories: Easy Standards, Blues, Bebop, Latin, Ballads, etc. + Tips + Audio examples.

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    For this video on Most important jazz standards of all times I have teamed up with Richie Zellon. Richie made a video on how to comp over 3/4 meter and we play a song toghether. So check out his video and his channel!

    When I first came up with the idea of a Must Know Jazz Standards list, I wasn't sure, how to present it. I wanted to tell you the most important jazz songs of all times. But hey, there are so many.
    I think dividing it into different categories is a good way for you to get an idea, what the important jazz songs styles are and where you may show deficits.

    The categories for my Famous Jazz Standards list are:
    Easy Jazz Standards you must know
    Blues Heads in Dominant, Minor and Major (Jazz Blues this is, of course)
    Songs based on Rhythm Changes
    Bebop Songs you need to know
    Jazz Ballads
    Latin, Bossa Nova (they belong to jazz too)
    Odd Meters
    Fusion Standards (modern Jazz Standards)

    You should know at least one song per category and 2-3 Easy Jazz Standards, since you'll find them in each jazz session.
    We've tried to tell you the most important jazz songs of all times, that every guitarist needs to know.

    Richie and I have at least one Must Know Jazz Standards for each of the categories. We also introduce you to the different styles of jazz and give tips on the keys the suggested jazz songs are played in as well as some improvising tips.

    I hope that we can help you expand your jazz song repertoire this way and make you ready for all the great gigs and sessions to come.

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  • 20s & 20s Music: Roaring 20s Music and Songs Playlist

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    Track 1: Jolly great time (starts at 00:00)
    Track 2: Summer delights (starts at 3:41)
    Track 3: One step at a time (starts at 8:28)
    Track 4: Sweet Alabama (starts at 12:08)
    Track 5: The wild wild west (starts at 15:22)
    Track 6: A dog's life (starts at 17:11)
    Track 7: All of me (starts at 22:01)
    Track 8: Only you (starts at 24:41)
    Track 9: Joy of spring (starts at 27:50)
    Track 10: Feels so good (starts at 30:41)
    Track 11: Walking hand in hand (starts at 41:20)
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  • Cotton Club Days | Jazz Music

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    COTTON CLUB DAYS (1923 – 1940)
    DUKE ELLINGTON and His Orchestra - Apr. 12, 1929

    1 “A Nite at the Cotton Club” (medley) 00:00
    a) Cotton Club Stomp (Ellington-Carney-Hodges)
    b) Misty Mornin’ (Ellington-Whetsol)
    c) Goin’ to Town (Ellington-Miley)
    d) Freeze and Melt (Fields-McHugh)
    DUKE ELLINGTON and His Orchestra feat. ADELAIDE HALL (voc) - Oct. 26, 1927
    2 Creole Love Call (Ellington-Miley) 08:14
    3 Blues I Love To Sing (Ellington-Miley) 11:27
    SEVEN BROWN BABIES (Fletcher Henderson Orchestra) - c. Oct. 1923
    4 Dicty blues (Henderson) 14:33
    5 Charleston Crazy (Grainger-Ricketts) 17:17
    FLETCHER HENDERSON ORCHESTRA - c. Jan. 1924
    6 Oh Sister, Ain't That Hot? (Donaldson) 20:14
    ETHEL WATERS
    7 Stormy Weather (Arlen-Koehler) - May 3, 1933 23:09
    8 Am I Blue? (Clarke-Akst) - May 14, 1929 26:17
    ANDY PREER and the COTTON CLUB ORCHESTRA
    9 Everybody Stomp (Schoebel-Meyers) - Nov. 10, 1925 29:34
    10 I Found a New Baby (Palmer-Williams) - Feb. 9, 1927 32:23
    WARREN MILLS and His Blue Serenaders - Dec. 20, 1928
    Large orchestra under the direction of Matty Malneck, including members of Duke Ellington’s band
    11 St. Louis Blues (Handy) 35:33
    DUKE ELLINGTON and His Cotton Club Orchestra - March 21, 1928
    12 Black Beauty (Ellington) 39:42
    JIMMIE LUNCEFORD and His Orchestra - Jan. 26, 1934
    13 Jazznocracy (Hudson) 42:54
    14 White Heat (Hudson) 45:35
    MILLS BLUE RHYTHM BAND
    15 Keep The Rhythm Going (Garland) - Dec. 11, 1934 48:05
    16 African Lullaby (Hayes-Mills) - Dec. 5, 1934 50:58
    17 Savage Rhythm (Hoffman-Goodman) - c. Aug. 1931 53:58
    THE MISSOURTIANS
    18 '400' Hop (Wheeler) - Aug. 1, 1929 57:06
    19 Prohibition Blues (Thomas) - Feb. 17, 1930 59:39
    CAB CALLOWAY and His Orchestra
    20 Happy Feet (Yellen-Ager) - Oct. 14, 1930 1:02:56
    21 Minnie the Moocher (Calloway-Mills) - March 3, 1931 1:05:35
    DUKE ELLINGTON and His Orchestra - June 6, 1939
    22 Cotton Club Stomp (Ellington-Carney-Hodges) 1:08:44
    Same. live from the Cotton Club - March 24, 1938
    23 Oh Babe, Maybe Someday (Ellington) 1:11:36
    LOUIS ARMSTRONG and His Orchestra
    Live from the Cotton Club - April 15, 1940
    24 Struttin’ with Some Barbecue (Armstrong) 1:14:57

    The Cotton Club was a New York City night club located first in the Harlem neighborhood on 142nd Street and Lenox Avenue from 1923 to 1935, and then for a brief period (1936-1940) in the midtown Theater District. The club operated most notably during America's Prohibition Era. The club was a whites-only establishment even though it featured many of the most popular black entertainers of the era, including musicians Cab Calloway, Fletcher Henderson, Duke Ellington, Jimmie Lunceford, Chick Webb, Louis Armstrong, Count Basie, Fats Waller, Willie Bryant, vocalists Adelaide Hall, Ethel Waters, and many more.

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  • The Songs & Music Of World War II: #1930s #1940s Songs Associated With #WorldWar2 Past Perfect

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    1. 00:00:00 Leon Cortez The Girl Who Loves A Soldier
    2. 00:02:56 Flanagan & Allen Run, Rabbit, Run
    3. 00:05:43 The King Sisters In The Mood
    4. 00:09:10 The Two Leslies The Washing On The Siegried Line
    5. 00:12:27 Norman Long Where Does Poor Pa Go In The Black-Out?
    6. 00:15:38 Sam Browne Berlin Or Bust
    7. 00:18:46 Jack Hylton We'll Meet Again, vocal by Dolly Elsie
    8. 00:22:05 George Formby Imagine Me In The Maginot Line
    9. 00:24:53 Gracie Fields Wish Me Luck
    10. 00:27:20 Sam Browne They Can't Black Out The Moon
    11. 00:30:08 Elsie Carlisle Please Leave My Butter Alone
    12. 00:33:03 Denny Dennis It's A Lovely Day Tomorrow
    13. 00:36:07 Tessie O'Shea I Fell In Love With An Airman
    14. 00:39:16 Hutch There'll Come Another Day
    15. 00:42:17 Florence Desmond The Deepest Shelter In Town
    16. 00:45:00 George Formby Bless 'em All
    17. 00:48:04 Turner Layton The Last Time I Saw Paris
    18. 00:51:22 Elsie Carlisle Oh! What A Surprise For The Duce!
    19. 00:54:24 Sam Browne The King Is Still In London
    20. 00:57:25 Billy Cotton Oh! How He Misses His Missus
    21. 01:00:28 Noel Coward Could You Please Oblige Us With A Bren Gun?
    22. 01:03:57 Pat Kirkwood Victory Roll
    23. 01:07:05 Max Miller The Grand Old Man
    24. 01:08:34 Carroll Gibbons Mister Brown Of London Town
    25. 01:11:21 Geraldo That Lovely Week-end
    26. 01:14:44 Sam Browne There'll Always Be An England
    27. 01:18:04 Fats Waller Cash For Your Trash
    28. 01:21:30 Glenn Miller Don't Sit Under The Apple Tree
    29. 01:24:44 Vera Lynn The White Cliffs Of Dover
    30. 01:28:01 Bing Crosby The Bombardier Song
    31. 01:30:27 Connie Boswell When The Roses Bloom Again
    32. 01:33:48 Spike Jones Der Fuehrer's Face
    33. 01:36:28 Celia Lipton I Don't Want To Walk Without You
    34. 01:39:34 Hutch This Is Worth Fighting For
    35. 01:42:49 Gracie Fields The Thing-Ummy-Bob (That's Going To Win The War)
    36. 01:45:32 Joe Loss Praise The Lord And Pass The Ammunition
    37. 01:48:20 Vera Lynn You'll Never Know
    38. 01:51:48 RAF Dance Orchestra Commando Patrol
    39. 01:54:34 Noel Coward Don't Let's Be Beastly To The Germans
    40. 01:57:48 Joe Loss I'm Gonna Get Lit Up
    41. 02:01:15 Bing Crosby I'm Saving A Dime (Out Of Every Dollar)
    42. 02:04:14 Ambrose Comin' In On A Wing And A Prayer
    43. 02:07:03 Turner Layton I Left My Heart At The Stage Door Canteen
    44. 02:09:54 Billy Ternent Cleanin' My Rifle (And Dreamin' Of You)
    45. 02:12:37 Paula Green Till All Our Prayers Are Answered
    46. 02:16:03 Joe Loss The Vict'ry Polka (Polka) (Polka)
    47. 02:19:28 Marlene Dietrich Lilli Marlene
    48. 02:22:58 Carroll Gibbons They're Either Too Young Or Too Old
    49. 02:26:06 Dinah Shore I'll Be Seeing You
    50. 02:28:52 Johnny Mercer I'm Gonna See My Baby
    51. 02:31:26 Adelaide Hall I'm Gonna Love That Guy
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  • Great Jazz Pianists: Instrumental Jazz From the 20s 30s & 40s Fats Waller, Earl Hines, Art Tatum

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    2. 00:02:23 Earl Hines - Fifty-Seven Varieties
    3. 00:05:35 James P Johnson - Snowy Morning Blues
    4. 00:08:21 Jelly Roll Morton - King Porter Stomp
    5. 00:11:20 Duke Ellington - Swampy River
    6. 00:14:14 Willie The Lion Smith - Passionette
    7. 00:16:48 Art Tatum - Humoresque
    8. 00:19:57 Teddy Wilson - Tiger Rag
    9. 00:22:13 Billy Kyle - Finishing Up A Date
    10. 00:24:55 Teddy Weatherford - My Blue Heaven
    11. 00:27:58 Fats Waller - Ain't Misbehavin'
    12. 00:31:03 Donald Lambert - Pilgrim's Chorus (from 'Tannhauser' - Wagner)
    13. 00:33:48 Garland Wilson - Rockin' Chair
    14. 00:37:12 Mary Lou Williams - Swingin' For Joy
    15. 00:39:50 Jelly Roll Morton - Original Rags
    16. 00:42:44 Joe Turner - The Ladder
    17. 00:45:02 Earl Hines - My Melancholy Baby
    18. 00:47:37 Teddy Wilson - When You And I Were Young, Maggie
    19. 00:50:31 Joe Sullivan - Little Rock Getaway
    20. 00:53:10 Willie The Lion Smith - Morning Air
    21. 00:56:09 James P Johnson - You've Got To Be Modernistic
    22. 00:59:25 Art Tatum - Begin The Beguine
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  • Greatest Hits from the 1930s arranged for a FULL Ballet Class | Jazz Hits for Ballet or Tap Classes

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    Here it is in ONE LONG video containing ALL the songs from the album Music for Ballet Class - Greatest Hits from the 1930's

    Songs from famous composers like Duke Ellington, Richard Rodgers, Victor Young and many more has been arranged to accompany a full ballet class and recorded on a beautiful Steinway D piano.

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    Song list with track marks:

    00:00 Body and Soul (Plié) 128 counts
    3:57 These Foolish Things (Slow tendu) 64 counts
    5:51 Mood Indigo (Tendu) 64 counts
    7:11 I’m in the Mood for Love (Jeté) 64 counts
    8:11 It Don’t Mean a Thing (Jeté) 64 counts
    8:58 Beautiful Love (Rond de jambe à terre) 64 counts
    11:07 All or Nothing at All (Fondu) 128 counts
    13:36 I Can’t Get Started (Rond de jambe en l’air) 64 counts
    15:16 Let’s Fall in Love (Frappé) 64 counts
    16:19 Tea for Two (Frappé) 64 counts
    17:26 Back in the Saddle Again (Petit battement) 64 counts
    18:32 I Loves You, Porgy (Adagio) 64 counts
    20:55 But Not for Me (Grand battement) 64 counts
    22:08 You Are Too Beautiful (Port de bras) 64 counts
    24:17 How Deep Is the Ocean (Stretch) 64 counts
    26:47 Blue Moon (Tendu) 128 counts
    29:11 On the Sunny Side of the Street (Tendu) 64 counts
    30:23 Smoke Gets in Your Eyes (Adagio) 128 counts
    34:23 But Not for Me (Waltz) 64 counts
    35:32 It’s Only a Paper Moon (Fondu) 64 counts
    36:58 Someday My Prince Will Come (Pirouettes) 128 counts
    39:15 Night and Day (Tango pirouettes) 192 counts
    42:44 A-Tisket, A-Tasket (Small jumps) 64 counts
    43:28 I’m Gonna Sit Right Down and Write Myself a Letter (Small jumps) 128 counts
    44:43 Just Friends (Small jumps) 128 counts
    46:01 Pennies from Heaven (Assemblé) 128 counts
    47:33 Bei mir bist Du schön (Grand allegro) 128 counts
    49:25 Cheek to Cheek (Piqué tour) 128 counts
    51:15 Caravan (Coda) 64 counts
    52:28 I’m Confessin’ that I Love You (Reverence) 64 counts

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  • Elegance: Songs From the #1930s & 40s #VintageMusic #DanceBands

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    1. 00:00:00 Freddy Gardner I'm In The Mood For Love
    2. 00:03:15 Gertrude Lawrence My Ship
    3. 00:06:15 Noel Coward I Travel Alone
    4. 00:08:47 Ruth Etting I Wished On The Moon
    5. 00:11:32 Nat King Cole Nature Boy
    6. 00:14:13 Django Reinhardt Belleville
    7. 00:17:14 Turner Layton Someday I'll Meet You Again
    8. 00:20:13 Christine Norden I'm Not In Love
    9. 00:22:25 Jack Hylton's Swingtette Rockin' Chair
    10. 00:24:55 Jessie Matthews Look For The Silver Lining
    11. 00:28:13 Hutch Cole Porter Medley
    12. 00:36:25 Elisabeth Welch And So Do I
    13. 00:39:15 Les Paul Dreamdust
    14. 00:42:22 Noel Coward I'm Old Fashioned
    15. 00:44:56 Christine Norden When You Smile
    16. 00:48:15 Nat King Cole It's Only A Paper Moon
    17. 00:51:12 Freddy Gardner I Only Have Eyes For You
    18. 00:54:31 Billy Ternent If This Is Only The Beginning
    19. 00:57:58 Billy Mayerl Sweet William
    20. 01:00:42 Glenn Miller AAF Orchestra Symphony
    21. 01:04:52 Carroll Gibbons Says My Heart/You Leave Me Breathless (Medley)
    22. 01:07:46 Jack Buchanan Everything Happens To Me
    23. 01:10:59 Ruth Etting Life Is A Song (Let's Sing It Together)
    24. 01:14:02 Fred Astaire Dearly Beloved
    Various Artists - Elegance
    Released 2006-05-29 on Past Perfect
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  • Duke Ellington: Blue Feeling Vintage #Jazz #1920s #1930s

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    1. 00:00:00 Duke Ellington Black And Tan Fantasie
    2. 00:03:12 Duke Ellington Creole Love Call
    3. 00:06:28 Duke Ellington Harlem Twist
    4. 00:09:48 Duke Ellington Black Beauty
    5. 00:12:49 Duke Ellington Swampy River
    6. 00:15:42 Duke Ellington Cotton Club Stomp
    7. 00:18:39 Duke Ellington Shout 'em Aunt Tillie
    8. 00:21:42 Duke Ellington Ring Dem Bells
    9. 00:24:42 Duke Ellington Echoes Of The Jungle
    10. 00:28:13 Duke Ellington Blue Harlem
    11. 00:31:08 Duke Ellington Drop Me Off At Harlem
    12. 00:34:11 Duke Ellington Bundle Of Blues
    13. 00:37:25 Duke Ellington Harlem Speaks
    14. 00:40:35 Duke Ellington Hyde Park
    15. 00:43:37 Duke Ellington Blue Feeling
    16. 00:46:53 Duke Ellington Merry-Go-Round
    17. 00:49:47 Duke Ellington Clarinet Lament
    18. 00:52:55 Duke Ellington I'm Slapping Seventh Avenue With The Sole Of My Sh
    19. 00:55:31 Duke Ellington Riding On A Blue Note
    20. 00:58:17 Duke Ellington & His Famous Orchestra I Let A Song Go Out Of My Heart
    21. 01:01:26 Duke Ellington Blue Light
    22. 01:04:10 Duke Ellington Ko-Ko
    23. 01:06:54 Duke Ellington Conga Brava
    24. 01:09:54 Duke Ellington Jack The Bear
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  • 50 Big Bands. Swing Dance Vol. 1

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    50 Big Bands. (Full Album/Álbum Completo) Vol. 1

    1. Glenn Miller - In The Mood 00:00
    2. Artie Shaw - My Blue Heaven 03:34
    3. Ray McKinley - Pennsylvania Six - Five Thousand 07:10
    4. Coleman Hawkins - All The Cats Join In 10:07
    5. Peanuts Hucko - Don't Be That Way 17:12
    6. Larry Green - Sing, Sing, Sing 20:08
    7. Benny Goodman - Somebody Stole My Gal 24:07
    8. Bobby Byrne - Let's Dance 26:51
    9. Tab Smith - Ace High 29:26
    10. Werner Müller - Give My Regards To Broadway 31:49
    11. Erwin Lehn - In Der Nacht Ist Der Mensch Nich Gern Alleine 34:02
    12. Glen Gray - Elks' Parade 37:02
    13. Reg Owen - Manhattan Spiritual, Mes Frères 40:00
    14. Carmen Cavallaro - Anitra's Boogie 42:33
    15. Harry Geller - Dizzy Fingers 44:36
    16. Jerry Mengo - Rag Of Rags 46:38
    17. Claude Vasori - Dansez Madison 49:13
    18. Georges Jouvin - Ain't She Sweet 52:03
    19. Ray Anthony - Jersey Bounce 54:17
    20. Ralph Flanagan - Oklahoma! In Swing 56:37
    21. Woody Herman - Skinned Again 59:27
    22. Erskine Hawkins - Tuxedo Junction 01:02:43
    23. Kurt Helnkels – Ramona 01:05:59
    24. Sy Oliver – Dragnet 01:08:32
    25. Bill Coleman - Jef And Step 01:11:04
    26. Hal Mooney - The Nutcracker, El Cascanueces En Swing 01:14:12
    27. Billy Vaughn - La Paloma 01:17:12
    28. Bert Kaempfert - Savoy Blues 01:19:16
    29. Lest Elgart - The Charleston 01:21:55
    30. Edmundo Ross - On The Sunny Side Of The Street 01:23:40
    31. Earl Cadillac - Adios, Goodbye 01:26:05
    32. Jimmie Lucenford, Vocal By James Trummy Young - Twenty - Four Robbers 01:28:45
    33. Eddie Calvert, Norrie Paramor And His Orchestra – Zambezi 01:31:49
    34. Al Goodman - I've Got You Under My Skin 01:34:23
    35. Les Brown - Begin The Beguine 01:36:44
    36. Harry James - Don't Stop 01:39:50
    37. Michel Legrand - Le Rififi 01:43:47
    38. Kurt Edelhagen – Trumpets 01:46:52
    39. Sauter - Finegan Orchestra - My Dear Baby 01:49:13
    40. Ken Mackintosh - Touch And Go 01:51:26
    41. Charlie Barnet – Skyliner 01:53:51
    42. Earl Bostic - Bugle Call Rag 01:56:45
    43. Ted Heath - And The Angels Sing 01:58:59
    44. Eddie Barclay - Oui, Oui, Oui, Oui 02:02:17
    45. Tommy Dorsey – Panamá 02:04:29
    46. Bunny Berigan - Deed I Do 02:07:19
    47. Larry Clinton - The Creep 02:09:59
    48. Max Greger – Amapola 02:12:30
    49. Harry Arnold - Blue Lou 02:14:42
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  • Vintage Halloween Jazz ???? Creepy Ambience Oldies, 1930s Old Fashioned & Retro Creepy Ragtime Music

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  • The Words and Music of Cole Porter: #1920s, #30s, 40s #Composer

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    1. 00:00:00 Billie Holiday Let's Do It
    2. 00:02:59 Bing Crosby Don't Fence Me In
    3. 00:06:08 Frances Day It's De-Lovely
    4. 00:08:43 Al Bowlly How Could We Be Wrong?
    5. 00:11:59 Gertrude Lawrence Experiment
    6. 00:14:38 Jay Wilbur Miss Otis Regrets
    7. 00:17:38 Marlene Dietrich You Do Something To Me
    8. 00:20:40 Nat Gonella Blow, Gabriel, Blow
    9. 00:23:52 Frances Langford Easy To Love
    10. 00:26:39 Fred Astaire I've Got You On My Mind
    11. 00:29:26 Cole Porter Anything Goes
    12. 00:32:33 Billie Holiday Night and Day
    13. 00:35:35 Artie Shaw What Is This Thing Called Love?
    14. 00:38:51 Billy Cotton My Heart Belongs To Daddy
    15. 00:42:13 Noel Coward You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To
    16. 00:44:12 Frances Langford Rap Tap On Wood
    17. 00:46:43 Chick Henderson Begin The Beguine
    18. 00:50:16 Gertrude Lawrence The Physician
    19. 00:53:21 Irving Aaronson Let's Misbehave
    20. 00:56:15 Virginia Bruce I've Got You Under My Skin
    21. 00:59:31 Sam Browne Just One Of Those Things
    22. 01:02:41 Cole Porter You're The Top

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  • New Orleans and New Orleans Jazz: Best of New Orleans Jazz Music

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    New Orleans and New Orleans Jazz - best of New Orleans jazz music for New Orleans jazz festival 2015 and New Orleans jazz fest 2015. This New Orleans jazz band and New Orleans jazz & heritage festival 2015 playlist is composed and recorded by jazz musician David Lewis Luong. Download this album here:

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    Featured in this New Orleans jazz playlist are:

    Track 1: Summer delights (starts at 00:00)
    Track 2: Jolly great time (starts at 4:47)
    Track 3: One step at a time (starts at 8:28)
    Track 4: Sweet Alabama (starts at 12:08)
    Track 5: The wild wild west (starts at 15:22)
    Track 6: A dog's life (starts at 17:11)
    Track 7: All of me (starts at 22:01)
    Track 8: Only you (starts at 24:41)
    Track 9: Joy of spring (starts at 27:50)
    Track 10: Feels so good (starts at 30:41)
    Track 11: Walking hand in hand (starts at 41:20)
    Track 12: Under the tranquil moon (starts at 46:58)
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  • Wunderbar 1930s & 1940s German Dance Band Musik @KPAX41

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    Wunderbar 1930s & 1940s German Dance Band Musik @KPAX41
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    1930s music - 1940s music - 1930s songs - 1940s songs - 1930s German swing music - 1940s German swing music - 1930s German music - 1940s German music - 1940s German dance music - 1930s German dance music - 1930s dance music - 1940s dance music

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    Track 1 - Jazz Orchester Mathe - Du Bist Der Traum - vocal Georg Kober

    Track 2 - Eric Harden mit seinem Tanz Orchester - Heute Nacht Oder Nie - vocal Luigi Bernauer - Gloria

    Track 3 - Bar Trio - Ganz leise kommit die Nacht

    Track 4 - Hans Carste mit seinem orchester - Wind Weht Weit Ubers Meer - vocal Rudi Schurike

    Track 5 - Michael Jary mit seinem Kammer Tanzorchester - Wind Weht Ubers Meer - Schurike trio ( second version since I like this song)

    Track 6 - Will Glahe Orchester - Vergessen kann ich dich nimmer

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  • Jazz Noir • 1 Hour Jazz Noir Saxophone Music • Jazz Noir Music Playlist

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    Jazz Noir Music is dark and mysterious like the Film Noir movies that inspire it. This Jazz Saxophone Noir Music Playlist will evoke images and feelings of mystery, intrigue, and sensuality.

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    00:00 Harlem Nocturne
    05:31 Why Don't You Do Right?
    09:40 Angel Eyes
    12:52 My Funny Valentine
    19:28 Moonlight Serenade
    25:29 Night and Day
    29:47 Waitin' For A Train To Come In
    34:01 In A Sentimental Mood
    39:48 Moonlight in Vermont
    43:34 'Round Midnight

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    Hi, I'm Dr. SaxLove, and I've been listening to and performing Jazz Noir Music my whole life, and I love it. If you're not familiar with Film Noir (noir is the French word for black or dark), here's some information from Wikipedia:

    Film noir is a cinematic term used primarily to describe stylish Hollywood crime dramas, particularly such that emphasize cynical attitudes and romantic motivations.

    Hollywood's classical film noir period is generally regarded as extending from the early 1940s to the late 1950s. Film noir of this era is associated with a low-key black-and-white visual style that has roots in German Expressionist cinematography.

    Many of the prototypical stories and much of the attitude of classic noir derive from the hardboiled school of crime fiction that emerged in the United States during the Great Depression.

    The term film noir, French for black film (literal) or dark film (closer meaning), first applied to Hollywood films by French critic Nino Frank in 1946.

    Film noir encompasses a range of plots: the central figure may be a private investigator (The Big Sleep), a plainclothes policeman (The Big Heat), an aging boxer (The Set-Up), a hapless grifter (Night and the City), a law-abiding citizen lured into a life of crime, or simply a victim of circumstance (D.O.A.).

    Film noir is also known for its use of low-angle, wide-angle, and skewed, or Dutch angle shots. Other devices of disorientation relatively common in film noir include shots of people reflected in one or more mirrors, shots through curved or frosted glass or other distorting objects (such as during the strangulation scene in Strangers on a Train), and special effects sequences of a sometimes bizarre nature.

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  • Moonlight Serenade: The Best Of Glenn Miller & His Orchestra #BigBands #1940s #Swing

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    1. 00:00:00 Glenn Miller Moonlight Serenade
    2. 00:03:23 Glenn Miller Johnson Rag
    3. 00:03:53 Glenn Miller Blue Orchids
    4. 00:06:52 Glenn Miller American Patrol (Quickstep/Jive) (Quickstep/Jive)
    5. 00:10:11 Glenn Miller Moonlight Cocktail
    6. 00:13:33 Glenn Miller Little Brown Jug
    7. 00:16:26 Glenn Miller Frenesi
    8. 00:19:58 Glenn Miller Elmer's Tune
    9. 00:23:11 Glenn Miller Slip Horn Jive
    10. 00:26:27 Glenn Miller Don't Sit Under The Apple Tree
    11. 00:29:44 Glenn Miller A String of Pearls (Foxtrot) (Foxtrot)
    12. 00:33:02 Glenn Miller Chattanooga Choo Choo
    13. 00:36:31 Glenn Miller Take The 'A' Train
    14. 00:40:00 Glenn Miller Perfidia
    15. 00:43:20 Glenn Miller Tuxedo Junction
    16. 00:46:54 Glenn Miller A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square
    17. 00:50:36 Glenn Miller Boulder Buff
    18. 00:54:07 Glenn Miller The Story Of A Starry Night
    19. 00:57:39 Glenn Miller At Last
    20. 01:00:51 Glenn Miller Serenade In Blue
    21. 01:04:20 Glenn Miller Kalamazoo (I've Got A Gal In)
    22. 01:07:37 Glenn Miller In The Mood
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    There can only be a handful of people in the Western world who haven’t heard of Glenn Miller and his music. His orchestra existed for only five years yet it made an indelible mark on the history of popular music, changing and modernising dance music styles almost overnight.
    Along with his contemporaries, Benny Goodman, the Dorsey Brothers, Artie Shaw and others, he was a driving force and combined swing with out and out dance music which kept the publics attention, not only in those five short years which saw the outbreak of World War II, but ever since.
    Glenn Miller collectors will always point out that the ten or so bestsellers, most of them instrumentals, are just scratching the surface of Millers output of over 300 sides for RCA in the States, and this collection covers not only the most well known and perhaps best loved titles that Glenn made his own, but also a goodly selection of the rest.
    Miller’s famous theme, Moonlight Serenade, performs its usual task of getting things under way. No surprise that this record is one of the five most requested discs on record programmes in this country and surely the most imitated record by other bands down the years. Recorded in April 1939 and just six days before that other favourite, Little Brown Jug, Millers theme puts us all in the mood for what follows.

  • Perfect Bebop: Jazz From the 1940s Original Recordings Remastered inc Dizzy Gillespie

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    Various Artists - Perfect Bebop
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    1. 00:00:00 Charlie Parker Blue Bird
    2. 00:02:54 Dizzy Gillespie Anthropology
    3. 00:05:34 Miles Davis All-Stars Milestones
    4. 00:08:12 Tadd Dameron The Squirrel
    5. 00:11:14 Charlie Parker Ah-Leu-Cha
    6. 00:14:10 Bud Powell Bouncing With Bud
    7. 00:17:15 Dizzy Gillespie Salt Peanuts
    8. 00:20:34 Charlie Parker Billie's Bounce
    9. 00:23:46 Red Norvo Bop!
    10. 00:26:50 Miles Davis Venus De Milo
    11. 00:30:02 Tadd Dameron Symphonette
    12. 00:33:11 Wardell Gray Twisted
    13. 00:36:41 Dizzy Gillespie A Night In Tunisia
    14. 00:39:48 Charlie Parker Bird's Nest
    15. 00:42:33 Sarah Vaughan What A Diff'rence A Day Made
    16. 00:45:23 Django Reinhardt Babik
    17. 00:48:11 Dizzy Gillespie Oop Bop Sh'bam
    18. 00:51:14 Thelonious Monk 'Round About Midnight
    19. 00:54:25 Charlie Parker Donna Lee
    20. 00:57:00 Dizzy Gillespie 52nd Street Theme
    21. 01:00:06 Tadd Dameron What's New
    22. 01:03:09 Miles Davis Budo
    23. 01:05:45 Charlie Parker Scrapple From The Apple
    24. 01:08:42 Fats Navarro Goin To Minton's
    25. 01:11:35 Dizzy Gillespie Groovin' High
    26. 01:14:17 Charlie Parker Constellation
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    Jazz has always welcomed innovators. Duke Ellington's new compositions made Jelly Roll Morton seem old hat, Lester Young changed the voice of the tenor-saxophone and Charlie Christian pioneered an approach to jazz performance on guitar which still carries weight today. Bebop, on the other hand, was not simply the outcome of a single individual's drive and musical vision, it was a complete movement in its own right, made up of artists dedicated to change. With its advent in the early 1940s, jazz was never the same again.
    So, what is bebop exactly - what does this strange word mean? French critic Hugues Panassie, something of a reactionary in these things, dismissed bebop (usually known now as bop) as 'a form of music distinct from jazz' while trumpeter Dizzy Gillespie described it simply as 'just the way my friends and I feel jazz.' Saxophonist Charlie Parker, the new music's finest exponent, held a more measured view, inadvertently echoing that of Panassie when he said it was 'something entirely separate and apart.' It's a measure of bebop's originality, its 'avant-garde' status, that it is still considered by many to be 'modern' today.

  • Perfect Christmas: 1920s, 30s, 40s Festive Vintage Tunes #carols #holidaytunes

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    Various Artists - Perfect Christmas
    Released 2006-12-01 on Past Perfect

    1. 00:00:00 Frank Sinatra White Christmas
    2. 00:03:20 Fats Waller Jingle Bells
    3. 00:06:20 Judy Garland Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas
    4. 00:09:09 John Kirby Bounce Of The Sugar Plum Fairy
    5. 00:11:39 Nat King Cole The Christmas Song
    6. 00:14:52 Paul Whiteman Christmas Night In Harlem
    7. 00:18:22 Phyllis Robins The Little Boy That Santa Claus Forgot
    8. 00:21:24 Perry Como Winter Wonderland
    9. 00:24:00 Dick Robertson Don't Wait Till The Night before Christmas
    10. 00:26:44 Frank Sinatra Christmas Dreaming (A Little Early This Year)
    11. 00:29:47 Sydney Lipton I'm Going Home For Christmas
    12. 00:32:42 Gracie Fields The Fairy On The Christmas Tree
    13. 00:35:52 Perry Como O Little Town Of Bethlehem
    14. 00:39:02 Billy Mayerl Say It With Carols' Medley
    15. 00:44:47 John McCormack Adeste Fideles (O Come All Ye Faithful)
    16. 00:48:29 Westminster Cathedral Hall Choir While Shepherds Watched/It Came Upon A Midnight Clear/Hark! The Herald Angels Sing (Medley)
    17. 00:52:17 Webster Booth The Star Of Bethlehem
    18. 00:56:50 The Celebrity Quartette Silent Night
    19. 00:59:58 Marcel Journet Cantique del Noel (O Holy Night)
    20. 01:03:18 The Celebrity Quartette The First Nowell
    21. 01:06:36 Richard Tauber O Du Frohliche
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  • The best of George Gershwin HQ

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    00:00:00 Rhapsody in blue (paul whiteman jazz band 1924 version with George Gershwin on piano)
    00:09:04 Prelude 1
    00:10:25 Prelude 2
    00:13:01 Prelude 3
    00:14:04 2,5 minutes from the last part from rhapsody in blue for solo piano
    00:16:32 An american in paris
    00:32:22 Second Rhapsody
    00:46:41 Fascinating rhytm
    00:49:37 Prelude 2 again
    00:53:10 Girl crazy - I got Rhythm
    01:04:30 I got rhythm again and again and agian
    01:25:40 Porgy and bess Summertime
    01:28:05 Porgy and bess a woman is a sometimes thing
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    George Gershwin (September 26, 1898 -- July 11, 1937) was an American composer and pianist. Gershwin's compositions spanned both popular and classical genres, and his most popular melodies are widely known. Among his best known works are the orchestral compositions Rhapsody in Blue (1924) and An American in Paris (1928), as well as the opera Porgy and Bess (1935).
    Gershwin studied piano under Charles Hambitzer and composition with Rubin Goldmark and Henry Cowell. He began his career as a song plugger, but soon started composing Broadway theatre works with his brother Ira Gershwin and Buddy DeSylva. He moved to Paris to study with Nadia Boulanger, where he began to compose An American in Paris. After returning to New York City, he wrote Porgy and Bess with Ira and the author DuBose Heyward. Initially a commercial failure,Porgy and Bess is now considered one of the most important American operas of the twentieth century. Gershwin moved to Hollywood and composed numerous film scores until his death in 1937 from a brain tumor.
    Gershwin's compositions have been adapted for use in many films and for television, and several became jazz standards recorded in many variations. Countless celebrated singers and musicians have covered his songs

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  • Billie Holiday - The Best Of Classics Masters - Fantastic Vocal Jazz Music of Our History

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    Classic Mood Experience The best masterpieces ever recorded in the music history.
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    00:00 Me, Myself And I (1937) (Irving Gordon, Allan Roberts, Alvin S. Kaufman)
    02:33 Nice Work If You Can Get It (1937) (George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin)
    05:39 Summertime (1936) (George Gershwin, DuBose Heyward)
    08:31 A Fine Romance (1936) (Jerome Kern, Dorothy Fields)
    11:21 Moanin' Low (1937) (Ralph Rainger, Howard Dietz)
    14:22 God Bless The Child (1941) (Billie Holiday, Arthur Herzog, Jr.)
    17:16 My Man (1938) (Jacques Charles, Channing Pollock, Albert Willemetz, Maurice Yvain)
    20:15 Easy Living (1937) (Ralph Rainger, Leo Robin)
    23:16 That's Life I Guess (1936) (Peter DeRose, Sam M. Lewis)
    26:23 Billie's Blues aka I Love My Man (1936) (Billie Holiday)
    29:00 These Foolish Things (Remind Me of You) (1936) (Eric Maschwitz, Jack Strachey)
    32:16 Pennies From Heaven (1937) (Arthur Johnston, Johnny Burke)
    35:20 I've Got My Love To Keep Me Warm (1937) (Irving Berlin)
    38:24 They Can't Take That Away From Me (1937) (George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin)
    41:24 Don't Explain (1944) (Billie Holiday, Arthur Herzog Jr.)
    44:43 I'm A Fool To Want You (1958) (Frank Sinatra, Jack Wolf, and Joel Herron)
    48:04 I'll Be Around (1958) (Alec Wilder)
    51:24 It's Easy to Remember (1958) (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers)
    55:21 Glad to Be Unhappy (1958) (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers)
    59:26 For All We Know (1958) (J. Fred Coots, Sam M. Lewis)

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  • Perfect Jazz: 1920s 1930s 40s Jazz Café Lounge Music with Louis Armstrong, Count Basie, Fats Waller

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    1. 00:00:00 Louis Armstrong St. Louis Blues
    2. 00:03:05 The Charleston Chasers Someday Sweetheart
    3. 00:06:19 Frankie Trumbauer Singin' The Blues
    4. 00:09:22 Johnny Dodds 29th And Dearborn
    5. 00:12:37 Cab Calloway Minnie The Moocher
    6. 00:15:50 Duke Ellington Clarinet Lament
    7. 00:18:59 Benny Carter Royal Garden Blues
    8. 00:22:03 Art Tatum Stormy Weather
    9. 00:25:19 Count Basie One O'clock Jump
    10. 00:28:25 Bunny Berigan I Can't Get Started
    11. 00:33:16 Tommy Dorsey What Is This Thing Called Love?
    12. 00:36:09 Benny Goodman Flying Home
    13. 00:39:29 Ella Fitzgerald Taint What You Do (Its the Way That Cha Do It)
    14. 00:42:34 Coleman Hawkins Body And Soul
    15. 00:45:39 Duke Ellington Sidewalks Of New York
    16. 00:48:57 Billie Holiday When A Woman Loves A Man
    17. 00:51:27 Bob Crosby & His Orchestra King Porter Stomp
    18. 00:54:13 Fats Waller Cheatin' On Me
    19. 00:57:29 Jimmie Lunceford Frisco Fog
    20. 01:00:41 Benny Goodman & His Sextet On The Alamo
    21. 01:04:13 Billie Holiday A Fine Romance
    22. 01:07:10 Benny Carter All Of Me
    23. 01:10:34 Louis Jordan Doug The Jitterbug
    24. 01:13:12 Fats Waller Ain't Misbehavin' (band)
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    We've called this compilation 'Perfect Jazz' for that's just what we think it is, especially as it presents examples of the genre which show off the music's greatest practitioners at their creative best. Expressive, engaging, virtuosic, challenging, energetic or dynamic - all the adjectival attributes of jazz perfection are here, each track fit to rank with the best in their category.
    Louis Armstrong is an American icon, the first great soloist and conceptual play-maker of the new music, an artistic innovator who became a popular entertainer, recognised everywhere in the world. Here he plays the immortal St. Louis Blues, the best-known of W. C. Handy's compositions, giving it a zesty quality, allowing his exceptional instrumental facility full reign. On this 1929 track, Louis is surrounded by old friends, many from New Orleans, the city of his birth and the cradle of jazz itself. The shouting trombone is by J.C. Higginbotham, one of the most fluent of early stylists and a man who liked a drink - his trombone case was specially adapted to house two whiskey bottles! The husky, intensely rhythmic vocal is by Louis himself, of course.

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  • Its Got To Be Love: 1920s, 30s & 40s Love Songs. With Roy Fox, Fred Astaire. Ray Noble

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    1. 00:00:00 Roy Fox & His Orchestra It's Got To Be Love
    2. 00:03:04 Frank Sinatra Embraceable You
    3. 00:06:26 Fred Astaire Cheek To Cheek
    4. 00:09:47 Hildegarde Life Begins When You're In Love
    5. 00:12:58 Al Bowlly Love Is The Sweetest Thing
    6. 00:16:21 Dick Powell I've Got My Love To Keep Me Warm
    7. 00:19:17 Connie Boswell With All My Heart
    8. 00:22:22 Ambrose There Isn't Any Limit To My Love
    9. 00:25:23 Noel Coward Dearest Love (with piano)
    10. 00:28:28 Dorothy Lamour That Sentimental Sandwich
    11. 00:31:35 Ted Weems Until Today
    12. 00:34:51 Jack Hylton Goodnight My Love
    13. 00:38:12 Jessie Matthews Trusting My Luck
    14. 00:40:52 Tony Martin When Did You Leave Heaven?
    15. 00:43:48 Bing Crosby You Made Me Love You
    16. 00:46:53 Carroll Gibbons It Had To Be You
    17. 00:49:36 Hutch You Are My Love Song
    18. 00:52:45 Roy Fox Sweet Someone
    19. 00:55:58 Dinah Shore The Nearness of You
    20. 00:58:40 Geraldo PS I Love You
    21. 01:02:09 Frances Langford The Man I Love
    22. 01:05:09 Dick Haymes Long Ago And Far Away
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  • 40s and 40s Jazz: 40s Jazz Music

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    40s and 40s jazz with 40s jazz music. A collection of 40s #Jazz and #JazzMusic, 40s jazz playlist and 40s jazz swing mix (best of 40s jazz). This style of 30s 40s jazz and 1940s jazz is composed and recorded for your enjoyment.

    Featured in this 1940s and 1940s jazz playlist are:

    Track 1: Just for you (starts at 00:00)
    Track 2: Ride with me (starts at 3:38)
    Track 3: Sunny mile (starts at 7:47)
    Track 4: Home coming (starts at 11:17)
    Track 5: Your smiles (starts at 14:50)
    Track 6: Once in a life time (starts at 18:39)
    Track 7: For my darling (starts at 23:22)
    Track 8: Someday (starts at 26:11)
    Track 9: Out of time (starts at 29:59)
    Track 10: A life with you (starts at 33:29)
    Track 11: Thinking of you (starts at 38:18)
    Track 12: Sweet 16 (starts at 41:59)
    Track 13: Rustic cottage (starts at 46:49)
    Track 14: Down the memory lane (starts at 51:39)
    Track 15: Swing good times (starts at 1:00:02)
    Track 16: Monday morning (starts at 1:04:52)
    Track 17: All together now (starts at 1:10:22)
    Track 18: Rendezvous (starts at 1:15:05)
    Track 19: West coast cruising (starts at 1:19:15)
    Track 20: Spring in you (starts at 1:24:53)
    Track 21: Scenic road (starts at 1:28:42)
    Track 22: Tomorrow comes (starts at 1:34:20)
    Track 23: Joy of love (starts at 1:38:08)
    Track 24: Sunset crossing (starts at 1:43:05)
    Track 25: Hand in hand (starts at 1:46:19)
    Track 26: Heaven above (starts at 1:51:16)
    Track 27: Head over heels (starts at 1:54:56)
    Track 28: Alice and friends (starts at 1:59:40)
    Track 29: Moonlight silhouette (starts at 2:03:20)
    Track 30: Two of us (starts at 2:07:09)
    Track 31: Schroeder and I (starts at 2:11:05)
    Track 32: Autumn scents (starts at 2:16:04)
    Track 33: A brighter day (starts at 2:18:58)
    Track 34: Road to enlightenment (starts at 2:23:56)
    Track 35: Sweet whispers (starts at 2:29:38)
    Track 36: One more time (starts at 2:32:32)
    Track 37: Goody two shoes (starts at 2:36:20)
    Track 38: Bay of paradise (starts at 2:40:08)
    Track 39: Once before (starts at 2:44:02)
    Track 40: Crush on you (starts at 2:48:46)
    Track 41: Once upon a time (starts at 2:53:53)
    Track 42: Summer love (starts at 2:59:31)

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  • More of This Thing Called Love: Cool Love Songs Of The 40s & 50s #dancebands #romance

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    More Of This Thing Called Love. Track List:
    1. 00:00:00 Ella Fitzgerald Dream a Little Dream of Me
    2. 00:03:07 Dean Martin If
    3. 00:05:57 Billie Holiday Crazy He Calls Me
    4. 00:09:01 Frank Sinatra Someone to Watch over Me
    5. 00:12:26 Jo Stafford I Never Loved Anyone
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    10. 00:27:52 Doris Day I'll String Along with You
    11. 00:31:05 Jo Stafford Once and for Always
    12. 00:33:57 Frank Sinatra Always
    13. 00:36:59 Sarah Vaughan Body and Soul
    14. 00:39:58 Perry Como Please Believe Me
    15. 00:43:19 Dinah Shore You'll Always Be the One I Love
    16. 00:46:15 Ella Fitzgerald Can Anyone Explain? (No, No, No)
    17. 00:49:26 Margaret Whiting You Do
    18. 00:52:17 Frank Sinatra What'll I Do?
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    20. 00:58:35 Billie Holiday You're My Thrill
    21. 01:01:00 Peggy Lee Them There Eyes
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  • SING, SING, SING BY BENNY GOODMAN

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    Writen by Louis Prima in 1935, This is not much of a song from WW2 but it is one of the most famous songs from the Big Band era

  • ????????⛄ Smooth & Relaxing ver. Christmas Jazz instrumental / Carol Piano Collection

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  • Glenn Miller - In The Mood HQ

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    Glenn Miller - In The Mood

    Picture is from the movie The Glenn Miller Story (1953) starring James Stewart

    In the Mood is a song popularized by the American bandleader Glenn Miller in 1939, and one of the best-known arrangements of the big band era. Miller's rendition topped the charts one year later and was featured in the 1941 movie Sun Valley Serenade.

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    I've been looking Glenn Miller videos and noticed that all of them have low quality, so I decided to upload this nice version of the song.

  • The Best Of Louis Armstrong

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    1) Louis Armstrong and his Orchestra - Drop That Stack
    2) Louis Armstrong and his Orchestra - Old Kentucky home
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    4) Louis Armstrong and his Orchestra - Panama
    5) Louis Armstrong and his Orchestra - Hot Time in the Hot Town Tonight
    6) Louis Armstrong and his Orchestra - Dr Jazz
    7) Louis Armstrong and his Orchestra - I Ain't Gonna Give Nobody None of my Jelly-Roll
    8) Louis Armstrong and his Orchestra - Jelly Roll Blues
    9) Louis Armstrong and his Orchestra - Chimes Blues
    10) Louis Armstrong and his Orchestra - I Want a Big Buter and Egg Man
    11) Louis Armstrong and his Orchestra - Frankie and Johnny


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  • Benny Goodman - Greatest Hits

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    TRACKLIST
    01- China Boy 00:11
    02- Dinah 02:48
    03- Exactly Like You 05:34
    04- Moonglow 09:11
    05-My Melancholy Baby 12:48
    06- Nobody’s Sweetheart 15:22
    07- Oh Lady Be Good 18:15
    08- Smiles 21:25
    09- Someday Sweetheart 24:17
    10- Sugar 27:10
    11- Sweet Georgia Brown 30:49
    12- Sweet Lorraine 33:59
    13- Tiger Rag 37:04
    14- Vieni Vieni 40:32
    15- After you’ve gone 43:27
    16- Body and soul 46:16
    17- Too Good To Be True 49:43
    18- More than you know 53:16
    19- I Cried for you 56:24
    20- Just You 58:55

    Benny Goodman - GREATEST HITS (FULL ALBUM)
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    Benjamin David Benny Goodman (May 30, 1909 – June 13, 1986) was an American jazz and swing musician, clarinetist and bandleader, known as the King of Swing. In the mid-1930s, Goodman led one of the most popular musical groups in America. His concert at Carnegie Hall in New York City on January 16, 1938, is described by the critic Bruce Eder as the single most important jazz or popular music concert in history: jazz's 'coming out' party to the world of 'respectable' music. Goodman's bands launched the careers of many major jazz artists. During an era of racial segregation, he led one of the first well-known integrated jazz groups. Goodman performed nearly to the end of his life while exploring an interest in classical music. Goodman moved to New York City and became a successful session musician in the late 1920s and early 1930s, mostly with Ben Pollack's band between 1926 and 1929. In a notable Victor recording session on March 21, 1928, Goodman played alongside Glenn Miller, Tommy Dorsey and Joe Venuti in the All-Star Orchestra, directed by Nathaniel Shilkret. He played with the nationally known studio and performing bands of Ben Selvin, Red Nichols, Ted Lewis and Isham Jones, although he is not on any of Jones's records. He recorded sides for Brunswick under the name Benny Goodman's Boys, a band that featured Glenn Miller. In 1928, Goodman and Miller wrote the instrumental tune Room 1411, which was released as a Brunswick 78. He also recorded musical soundtracks for movie shorts; fans believe that his clarinet can be heard on the soundtrack of One A.M., a Charlie Chaplin comedy re-released to theaters in 1934. While Goodman was a successful session musician, the record producer John Hammond arranged for a series of recordings of jazz sides for Columbia Records from 1933 to 1935, when Goodman signed a recording contract with RCA Victor, during his success on radio. The all-star Columbia sides featured Jack Teagarden, Joe Sullivan, Dick McDonough, Arthur Schutt, Gene Krupa, Teddy Wilson, Coleman Hawkins (for one session), the vocalists Jack Teagarden and Mildred Bailey, and the first two recorded vocals by a young Billie Holiday. A number of commercial studio sides were also recorded under Goodman's name for Melotone Records between late 1930 and mid-1931. In 1934 Goodman auditioned for the NBC radio program Let's Dance, a well-regarded three-hour weekly program featuring various styles of dance music. His familiar theme song by that title was based on Invitation to the Dance, by Carl Maria von Weber. Since he needed new arrangements every week for the show, Hammond suggested that he purchase hot (swing) arrangements from Fletcher Henderson, a black musician from Atlanta who had New York's most popular African-American band in the 1920s and early 1930s. An experienced businessman, Goodman helped Henderson in 1934 when the Henderson orchestra disbanded. He let Henderson write arrangements, which Fletcher, his brother Horace and wife, Leora, usually copied from his own records, as Fletcher had almost no scores left. The Henderson method usually had been head arrangements. Goodman hired Henderson's band members to teach his musicians how to play the music. In 1932, his career began with Fletcher Henderson. Although Henderson’s orchestra was at its height of creativity, it had not reached any peaks of popularity. During the Depression, Fletcher disbanded his orchestra because he was in debt.

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  • “Dream a Little Dream of Me” Jazz Standard Cover by Robyn Adele Anderson

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  • New York City, 1930s & 1940s

    38:10

    A potpourri of 1930's - 1950's style jazz music by Kevin MacLeod, using old archival and stock footage of Manhattan from that time period. You will see many of the famous sights of New York, including Central Park and the Statue of Liberty.

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    Track List:

    1, In Your Arms (0:00)
    2. Backbay Lounge (2:50)
    3. Hot Swing (7:11)
    4. Nouvelle Noel (7:59)
    5. Lobby Time (11:13)
    6. Hard Boiled (14:13)
    7. Sidewalk Shade (17:16)
    8. Crinoline Dreams (19:53)
    9. Bossa Antigua (23:59)
    10. Samba Isobel (28:41)
    11. Off to Osaka (32:48)
    12. In Your Arms - reprise (34:38)

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  • 30s & 30s Jazz - Best of 30s #Jazz and #JazzMusic in Jazz Music and 30s Jazz Playlist and 30s Jazz

    1:9:21

    30s & 30s jazz : best of 30s jazz music, 30s jazz playlist and 30s #Jazz and #JazzMusic in 30s jazz swing and 30s jazz remix together with 20s and 30s jazz and the best of 30s jazz with 30s 40s jazz styles. This 1930s collection is composed and recorded for your enjoyment.

    Featured in this 1930s and 1930s jazz music list are:

    Track 1: Lost in paradise (starts at 00:00)
    Track 2: Sweet Carolina (starts at 3:01)
    Track 3: Memories of Syeira (starts at 6:15)
    Track 4: Wanderer (starts at 9:29)
    Track 5: Rita and I (starts at 12:43)
    Track 6: Sunny days (starts at 15:13)
    Track 7: Highland junction (starts at 19:59)
    Track 8: Two moons (starts at 22:29)
    Track 9: Friends afar (starts at 24:56)
    Track 10: Lennor's tale (starts at 28:58)
    Track 11: Quicksand (starts at 31:27)
    Track 12: Summer hill (starts at 34:37)
    Encore starts at 37:51

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  • The Top 10 Most Requested Jazz Songs | Jazz Piano Tutorial

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    The best jazz piano songs to learn for intermediate and advanced pianists. Award-Winning Jazz Pianist & recording artist Paul Tobey shares his top 10 best jazz songs to play on piano. Learn 10 favorite jazz standards to perform at your next gig.

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